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Higher Education Commission Balochistan, FATA scholarships

HEC doubled scholarships for Balochistan, FATA
Islamabad, Dec 2: The Higher Education Commission has doubled the number of scholarships allocated for postgraduate students from Balochistan and FATA under the commission's programme called 'Provision of Higher Education Opportunities for Students of Balochistan and FATA'.

The decision was taken on Tuesday in a meeting of the Project Steering Committee, chaired by Dr Sohail Naqvi, executive director of the HEC. The meeting had been held to double the number of scholarships for students of Balochistan and FATA for postgraduate programmes from 60 to 120.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Naqvi proposed that the committee increase scholarships for students of the underprivileged areas. The steering committee unanimously approved 120 scholarships for postgraduate programmes in intake of batch-II for the year 2009-10. The names of the 120 students have also been uploaded on the HEC website. Daily times

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"it is a good decision of increasing postgraguate seats but i am not satisfied because in the last two years no student of our region i.e FR lakki is selected in this program.so plz gave separate seats to each FR in undergraguat and post graguate programs.as the education level in fr lakki is very low as compared to other FRs. "
Name: muhammad nawaz bettani
Email: mnawaz_bettani@yahoo.com
City, Country: peshawr,pakistan

"it,s good 2 give sholarship occassions 2 balochistani students.ok"
Name: adnan
Email: adnanbaloch100@gmail.com
City, Country:panjgur,pakistan

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Private schools to move SC against ban on science students
Rawalpindi: The heads of private educational institutions on Tuesday decided to move the Supreme Court (SC) and launch a protest campaign against the ban imposed by eight educational boards on private science students for appearing in matriculation examination.

The future of thousands of science students is likely to be affected by the decision as the heads of private institutions have informed them that they could only appear as private candidate with arts subjects for the matriculation examination 2010, sources said here on Tuesday.

The Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Sargodha, DG Khan and Bahawalpur have imposed a ban on private candidates on appearing in matriculation examination with science subjects. In a bid to save the future of the students, the heads of private educational institutions would not only move to the SC but they will launch a protest movement, the sources added.

They believed that it would be very difficult for the students to switch over from science subjects to the arts subjects at the eleventh hour. It may be mentioned here that each year, a large number of students get admissions in private educational institutions after failing to get admissions in government schools. APP

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1,238 educators assumed duties in Rawalpindi
Rawalpindi: One thousand two hundred and thirty-eight educators assumed their responsibilities here Tuesday in District Rawalpindi. According to details, appointment letters have been issued to 1,238 educators who have been appointed in different girls and boys' schools in Rawalpindi.

All appointments have been made on merit. District President Punjab SES Teachers Association Muhammad Shafique has expressed happiness over the appointments and said that 2,500 posts are still lying vacant in the district.

The public and social circles are content with the decision and expressed hope that the appointments of the new educators would improve the district's educational system.

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Schools reopened with thin attendance
Rawalpindi: All government and private educational institutions in the city were reopened on Tuesday after Eid holidays. However, attendance remained quite thin, as most students, as well as teachers, did not turn up.

Children were seen busy in gossiping about Eid and sacrificial animals in schools due to the absence of teachers.

A number of government college professors and teachers pointed out that since the current academic year has already been delayed by almost a month, neither the teachers would be able to cover the entire course nor would the students be able to comprehend the course. The news

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Poster contest on dowry issues
Islamabad: Sachet-Pakistan is organising a poster competition on the topic of 'Dowry' at Sachet Community Development Programme Gagri, Sihala today (Wednesday).

The Society for Advancement of Community, Health, Education & Training (Sachet) has invited students and children from local educational institutions for participation in the competition. The programme is being organised under the ongoing 16-day activities to mark violence against women, an official of Sachet said. APP

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Tree of Peace planted at PAL
Islamabad: Peter Curman, renowned Swedish literati and recipient of 'Quaid-i-Azam International Award for Literature,' visited the Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) here on Tuesday and planted a 'Tree of Peace'.

Speaking on the occasion, Curman said that writers are like trees, and expressed hope that this tree of peace would bring the literati of both the countries closer in an everlasting bond of friendship that would further strengthen and grow like the tree.

Peter Curman arrived in Pakistan to receive the 'Quaid-i-Azam International Award for Literature' conferred on him by PAL. PAL Chairman Fakhar Zaman welcomed the guest of honour, who was accompanied by his daughter, Lovisa Curman.

Fakhar Zaman said the 'Peace Tree' planted by Peter Curman has tied an eternal bond of friendship between both the countries and would stand tall and grow as a valuable treasure for our literary bond. Peter Curman went through various departments of PAL during his visit.

During a meeting held on the occasion, matters of mutual literary interest were discussed. Both agreed to make an effort to enhance literary interaction between both countries through literary exchanges. The exchange of writer's programme and translations of literatures of Pakistan and Sweden were also discussed. A decision was agreed upon by both that Sweden would publish the translations of Pakistani writers and PAL would publish the translations of Swedish writers.

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College Principal passed away
Miranshah: Prof Mohammad Ibrahim, Principal Government Postgraduate College North Waziristan, passed away Tuesday after brief illness. His funeral was offered at his native Miramshah village. Late Prof Ibrahim was brother of senior tribal journalist Malik Mumtaz Khan, correspondent of The News International, Urdu daily Jang and Geo News in North Waziristan and father of Dr Mohammad Yousuf of Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar. The news


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